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Old March 18th, 2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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I am looking into a set of mud tires, and am wondering whats the best ones BESIDES Iroks. I am interested in the M/T Baja Claws, but see they are on backorder So I am considering the Multi-Mile Wild Country MTX tires. They have a pretty agressive tread and they are made by cooper. Does anyone have experience with these? Or should I wait for the Claws?
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Old March 18th, 2010, 07:55 PM   #2
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Intended use? Vehicle? Tire size desired?
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Old March 18th, 2010, 09:53 PM   #3
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Oh yea, They are going on my stock ZR2 Blazer, i'd be getting either 31" or 32" x 10.5 (11.5) x15. These will be a second set that will be used for offroad. I mainly go through moderate mud (6"-1'), sand and snow.
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Old March 20th, 2010, 08:23 AM   #4
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Update: I am getting the tires today. Check them out here...
http://www.4x4groupbuy.com/store/wil...t-p-11664.html
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Old March 20th, 2010, 10:19 PM   #5
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Here are the pics of the tires installed. Only $570 out the door with a free front end alignment. I went with 32"-11.50-15 and have no issues with rubbing. Keep in mind these arent daily drivers, just a 2nd set for offroad use.


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pretty neat, where did you buy them?
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Did you go to Joe Lake Tireman ?
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I like those let me know how they wear. Anybody have experience on the road with them? I know the old wild country's wore good on pavement.
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Yes I got them at Joe Lake. So far I have 20k miles on them, with 1000 miles of offfroad use on sharp rocks, mud, sand, snow.... the tread has wore about 1/8", but still have about 80% left. I am really impressed with them in the rocks, however the rubber is pretty soft and I have a few cuts and chunks of rubber missing. They are good on pavement, but I have found they need to be rotated and balanced often. They are also pretty loud on the road. Overall I would buy them again!
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Purchased same tires size and all for 600 otd mounted/balanced at platte valley auto w/ lifetime balancee warentee.

Im at about 15k miles and have had them balanced 2 times since purchased. They were.pretty quiet when new, they are louder than the tires on my JD now and they chunk easly. They clean out VERY well and suck on the ice.

Did I mention there loud as fukc and impossible to keep balanced.

They are cheep if u buy them at the right place.

Ill be replacing them soon

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